Step: 1

The perimeter of a rectangle = 2(l + b ) and the area of a rectangle = l × b , where l is its length and b is its breadth.

Step: 2

Let b be the width of the rectangular sheet of paper.

Step: 3

The perimeter of the rectangular sheet of paper = 2(27 + b ) = 86.

[Substitute 27 for l and 86 for perimeter.]

Step: 4

[Divide each side by 2.]

Step: 5

(27 + b ) = 43

[Simplify.]

Step: 6

27 + b - 27 = 43 - 27

[Subtract 27 from each side.]

Step: 7

[Simplify.]

Step: 8

The area of the paper = 27 × 16 = 432.

[Multiply 27 with 16.]

Step: 9

So, the area of the rectangular sheet of paper is 432 square centimeters.

Correct Answer is : 432 square centimeters

Step: 1

The area of a rectangle = length × width.

[Formula.]

Step: 2

The flowerbed that Quincy wants is in the shape of a rectangle.

Step: 3

The area of the flowerbed = 6 × 5

[Substitute the values.]

Step: 4

= 30

[Multiply.]

Step: 5

The area of the flowerbed is 30 square ft.

Correct Answer is : 30 square ft

Step: 1

Length of a rectangle = area of rectangle ÷ width of rectangle.

[Formula for length of the rectangle.]

Step: 2

= 35 ÷ 5 = 7

[Substitute the values of area and width.]

Step: 3

The length of the rectangle is 7 in..

Correct Answer is : 7 in.

Step: 1

The formula for the area of a rectangle, A = l w .

Step: 2

The area of the rectangle = 32 in × 31 in

[Substitute the values for l = 32 in and w = 31 in]

Step: 3

= 992 in.^{2}

Correct Answer is : 992 in.^{2}

Step: 1

Length of the flowerbed = 4 m

Breadth of the flowerbed = 3 m

Breadth of the flowerbed = 3 m

[Given.]

Step: 2

Area of a rectangle = length × breadth

Step: 3

= 4 m × 3 m

Step: 4

= 12 m^{2}

Step: 5

The area of the flowerbed is 12 m^{2}.

Correct Answer is : 12 m^{2}

Step: 1

Length of the rectangle = 13 cm

Breadth of the rectangle = 8 cm

Breadth of the rectangle = 8 cm

Step: 2

Area of the rectangle = length × breadth

Step: 3

= 13 cm × 8 cm

Step: 4

= 104 cm^{2}

Step: 5

So, the area of the rectangle is 104 cm^{2}.

Correct Answer is : 104 cm^{2}

Step: 1

Area of a rectangle = length × breadth

Step: 2

Area of the rectangle = 120 m^{2}

[Given.]

Step: 3

So, 24 m × breadth = 120 m^{2}

Step: 4

breadth = 1 2 0 m 2 2 4 m

Step: 5

= 5 m

[Divide.]

Step: 6

So, the breadth of the field is 5 m.

Correct Answer is : 5 m

Step: 1

Area of a rectangle = length × width

[Formula.]

Step: 2

Area of the rectangle = 12 mm × 16 mm = 192 mm^{2}

[Substitute the values and simplify.]

Step: 3

Therefore, the area of the rectangle is 192 mm^{2}.

Correct Answer is : 192 mm^{2}

Step: 1

Area of a rectangle = length × breadth

[Formula.]

Step: 2

Area of the rectangle = 18 cm × 5 cm = 90 cm^{2}

[Substitute the values and simplify.]

Step: 3

Therefore, the area of the rectangle 90 cm^{2}.

[Substitute the values and simplify.]

Correct Answer is : 90 cm^{2}

Step: 1

Area of drawing room = 18 m ^{2}

Step: 2

Length of the drawing room = 6 m

Step: 3

Width of the drawing room = (A r e a L e n g t h ) m

= (1 8 6 ) m = 3 m

= (

Step: 4

So, the width of the drawing room is 3 m.

Correct Answer is : 3 m

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